Seniors recognized by National Merit Scholarship Program

Seniors Aditya Katewa and Tyler Colenbrander advanced as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. In 2017, 1.6 million students across the United States took the PSAT. Of that, 16,000 students received a high enough score to enter into the National Merit Scholarship Program. Since 1955, the program has been a widely-known academic competition with… Continue reading Seniors recognized by National Merit Scholarship Program

Football team adopts new concussion prevention methods

According to the Brain Injury Research Institute, nearly 3.8 million high school athletes suffer from concussions every year, and approximately 60 percent are experienced by football players. Since the football team has been affected by concussions, the team has adopted a new form of tackling from the Seattle Seahawks called “Hawk Tackling” that has decreased… Continue reading Football team adopts new concussion prevention methods

NUSD introduces school resource officers on campus

By: Pricila Flores and Elise Jonas-Delson Badges, a holster and handcuffs -- are these generally seen on someone who works on a school campus? These items aren’t unfamiliar to School Resource Officer Nick Wagner, who hopes to break through the stereotype attributed to an officer in uniform. Wagner stresses that his job is not to… Continue reading NUSD introduces school resource officers on campus